Ways to Give - Geneva Centre for Autism

Ways to Give

Donate Now

By making a donation, tribute or monthly gift to the Geneva Centre for Autism you would be investing in the exceptionalities of children, youth and adults with ASD.


 

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World Autism Awareness 

While the world is figuring out how to adjust to new realities, we’re here to make sure that people with ASD are NOT left behind.

Join the Campaign

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Donate a Car

Donate a Car Canada accepts vehicle donations, which are sold at auction. Geneva Centre for Autism will receive the value as a donation and issue you a tax receipt for the value.

 

Donate a Car

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Gifts of Stock & Planned Giving

For more information about the donation of securities or legacy giving, please contact Seph Douglas at sdouglas@autism.net or at 416-322-7877 x 256.
 

Email Steph Douglas

Corporate Partnerships

Become A Sponsor

No matter who you’re looking to connect with, we have annual events with varying audiences. Whether that’s educators, physicians, families or professionals in a variety of fields including banking and real estate we have many sponsorship opportunities at multiple events:

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Annual Golf Classic Tournament Sponsorship


 

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Workplace/Employee Giving

There are many ways your employees can get involved. Whether it’s through a United Way Campaign or directly through Geneva Centre for Autism (dress down days, bake sales etc.). Please reach out directly to Steph Douglas at via email below or at 416-322-7877 x 256

Email Steph Douglas

Fundraise for Us

Organize a Fundraiser

Organize an event at work, at school or in the community to benefit Geneva Centre for Autism. Whether it’s a gala, pub night, sports tournament or bake sale, Third Party events help us network with our community and promote Autism Awareness, while raising additional funds to support our clients.  

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Host a Party with
Echo-Age 

Planning a Birthday party, Bar Mitzvah or shower and don’t want all of the fuss of presents? Consider paying it forward to a cause that is near and dear to your heart.